Our last week of school is coming to a close.
Every day this week has been a complete whirlwhind! Field day was Monday, and I got to monitor one of the 8 bounce houses that we had. Yes, I said 8 bounce houses! Here is a picture of my view for most of the day. It was so much fun for the kiddos, but I was absolutely exhausted!
Today we had an ice cream sundae party to reward the students for passing timed math facts quizzes. Why on Earth would I want to get them all sugared up?
One of my first summer projects is to get all of the ice cream sundae documents looking all spiffy and loaded onto TPT. Check back for it soon!
Suffice it to say, I’m basically treating tomorrow as if it were the last day, even though we have one more half day next Tuesday. I’m assuming several kiddos (and know that some for sure) won’t be attending that final half day.
When I was prepping for this week, I knew that I would need a visual schedule to get me through it! With crazy lunch schedules, specials schedules and celebrations, I was scared I would inevitably be late to something or forget to take the kiddos somewhere. Now my schedule isn’t as nice looking as some of the ones I’ve seen out there, but these are a completely different format that our typical plans. It was a nice change to have everything so easy to see!!
Thanks to this handy sheet my week went by smoothly!
Some of the activities we are doing this week can be found from other sellers on TPT.
“Suiting Up for Next Year” was created by Michelle Hudgeons and can be found here.
The bucket glyphs are a great freebie from Teaching Heart and can be found here.
The “Thank You” cards are a freebie from Mrs. Padak and can be found here.
The nouns, verbs, and adjectives sort is another great freebie, but I can’t for the life of me find where I got it from! If you recognize it, please let me know so I can give whoever created it credit!
Time to get the gifts prepped that I got the kiddos. They’re nothing too fancy… some plastic beach buckets filled with goodies and one very special gift. I’ll share more about that tomorrow!